The text in notes of calendar / contacts are covered by rich text buttons

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The text in notes of calendar / contacts are covered by rich text buttons

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With the introduction of Rich Text Buttons in notes for calendars and contacts, these buttons cover the written text. In editing mode, the bottom edge of the input field must have a greater gap to virtual keyboard.
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Re: The text in notes of calendar / contacts are covered by rich text buttons

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+1.

I never took the time to understand why, but found it very annoying that when I tried to type into text I could never see what I was typing. Please reposition the text field upward.

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Re: The text in notes of calendar / contacts are covered by rich text buttons

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+1

Repositioning the text field so it is visible while typing would be very helpful.

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Re: The text in notes of calendar / contacts are covered by rich text buttons

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Got it, will improve in the next version, thanks.
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Re: The text in notes of calendar / contacts are covered by rich text buttons

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While we're at it, when creating a new appointment, placing the cursor in the title box and opening a keyboard would be nice too.

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Re: The text in notes of calendar / contacts are covered by rich text buttons

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Sure, will take care of this, as well.
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Re: The text in notes of calendar / contacts are covered by rich text buttons

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In the latest version 5.8 of the EPIM app, the problem is only partially solved. On my smartphone, about 50 % of the note text is still covered in the "Calendar" and "Contacts" sections. Only the "Notes" section is fine.
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Re: The text in notes of calendar / contacts are covered by rich text buttons

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Admin,

I just tried these two improvements - Thank You! 2 more minor annoyances have just been eliminated!

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Re: The text in notes of calendar / contacts are covered by rich text buttons

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Hi there,
on my Android10 Galaxy Tab S4, text in notes of calendar (didnt test contacts) still is covered by rich text buttons.
I have to scroll upwards to make text input line visible.
Maybe this also is due to the fact, that tabbing on text line, the display keyboard comes up, which somehow may push rich text buttons upwards a bit more, thus hiding text line.
Thought, I want to try, if todays update via PlayStore might have changed something here. But no change visible.
BTW: Where can I read something about detailed fixes, that came with todays update, which of course still is 5.8
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Re: The text in notes of calendar / contacts are covered by rich text buttons

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Please attach screenshots from your devices, will check them out.
Today's update is still 5.8, although with some minor system error fixes.
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